Definitions for "COLOR"
Keywords:  hue, gia, wavelength, rgb, gemological
A property depending on the relations of light to the eye, by which individual and specific differences in the hues and tints of objects are apprehended in vision; as, gay colors; sad colors, etc.
Any hue distinguished from white or black.
The hue or color characteristic of good health and spirits; ruddy complexion.
Keywords:  stewy, limpid, tea, dull, liquor
Color varies with tea type and origin, but should be bright, limpid, or deep, as opposed to stewy and dull. A black tea with a concentrated red liquor is sometimes described as colory.
A separate charge is included for color ads. This charge varies based on spot vs. process colors and how many colors are used. Column Inch A unit of measure one column wide and one inch deep; advertising is often sold by the column inch.
A measure of the depth of the tea's physical color. Based on season/growth/grade factors.
That which covers or hides the real character of anything; semblance; excuse; disguise; appearance.
An apparent right; as where the defendant in trespass gave to the plaintiff an appearance of title, by stating his title specially, thus removing the cause from the jury to the court.
To change or alter, as if by dyeing or painting; to give a false appearance to; usually, to give a specious appearance to; to cause to appear attractive; to make plausible; to palliate or excuse; as, the facts were colored by his prejudices.
(Latin) used from mid-thirteenth century to mid-fifteenth centuries to describe adding embellishments to a melody line; also used to describe the use of musica ficta. In descriptions of isorhythm, the term refers to the repetition of series of pitches, usually the cantus firmus. [SLL, GJC
a pattern of pitches (longer than a motive) in an isorhythmic voice which is repeated verbatim one or more times, though perhaps in different rhythms. One refers to the number of "statements of the color." See isorhythm.
the use of ink color to indicate a shift from duple to triple (or triple to duple). First proposed by Philippe de Vitry (1291-1361). During the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, coloration was often used as shorthand for dotted figures (e.g. notes that could be transcribed as dotted-eighth plus sixteenth or as dotted-quarter plus eighth).
describes the final top coating (flash) which could be white, silver, 14kt gold (Hamilton), 18kt gold, or 24kt gold (English gold). See "gold flash" and "cyanide gold."
a particle of gold found in the prospector's pan after the gravel has been washed.
A term used to describe the minute specs of gold in gravel. Colors, though themselves minuscule, are indicators of gold in a particular stream or river.
Keywords:  impart, filtration, tint, shade, humus
Shade or variety of character; kind; species.
The substances in water that impart a yellowish-brown color to the water. These substances are the result of iron and manganese ions, humus and peat materials, plankton, aquatic weeds, and industrial waste present in the water.
Describes the shades and depth of color.
Keywords:  amber, roasted, beer, dictatew, pfund
The types of grain used to dictatew the color of the beer. Some grains are highly roasted and give a coffee like flavor and color while some grains are lightly roasted and give the beer amber or brown colors.
The colors of honey form a continuous range from water white to dark amber. The color of honey is related to its mineral content and is characteristic of its floral source. Light colored honey typically has a mild flavor, while dark colored honey is usually stronger in flavor. The Pfund color grader is a device used by the honey industry to measure the color of honey. The respective color designations, applicable range of each color, color range on the Pfund scale and optical density of freshly prepared caramel-glycerin solutions (USDA method) are presented on the following table.
Colored or roasted malts, kilned at higher temperatures, are used to give dark beers color, body and flavor. Adjuncts are unmalted grains such as corn or rice and are used as a less costly ingredient rather than malt and produce a paler and less full-bodied beer.
Keywords:  handmade, dye, deriven, practive, tmc
A coolant is often colored by the addition of small quantities of dye. The coolant color can used to help identify the intended application of a new, unused (as specified by TMC's recommended practive 351). With use a coolants color can change, due to contamination, and has limited value in identifying the coolant type or quality.
In creating a handmade rug, one of the most important elements is color. Colors can be derived from natural dyes or made from synthetic dyes. All handmade rugs are identified by their background and border colors.
An important attribute in a handmade rug. Colors are generally deriven from natural dyes, or made from synthetic dyes. Rugs are generally attributed by their "primary color" which is the color that dominates the majority of the material, such as the background color.
A distinguishing badge, as a flag or similar symbol (usually in the plural); as, the colors or color of a ship or regiment; the colors of a race horse (that is, of the cap and jacket worn by the jockey).
In general, the flag of a military unit. Civil War-period literature often used the term "colors" to indicate either one or more flags. The term "stand of colors" was also used interchangeably to mean one or more flags.
the current U.S. flag as approved by Congress.
A routine test parameter. The scale goes from 0 (clear) to 8 (black). New fluid is very clear and some darkening in service is typical although a rapid change would of concern.
a race with skin pigmentation different from the white race (especially Blacks)
add color to; "The child colored the drawings"; "Fall colored the trees"; "colorize black and white film"
Color is a multi-purpose tool that is so important in Blackspace there are four different inkwells, each with its own unique functions and features: Onscreen Inkwell, Font Inkwell, VRT Inkwell, Free Draw Inkwell. See each listing for what they do.
a characteristic used to describe or identify different substances
The characteristic color or colors of a mineral.
A physical characteristic describing the appearance of water (different from turbidity, which is the cloudiness of water). Color is frequently caused by fulvic and humic acids.
the use of terms that connote popular, obscene, or otherwise nonstandard speaker, dialect being the most significant case; a stylistic feature.
Keywords:  signhear, handspeak, asl, guide, basic
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a physical object a soon as we consider its dependence, for instance, upon its luminous source, upon temperatures, and so forth
a physical object so long as we consider its dependence upon its luminous source,
A slider bar in the Texture editor that determines how much the color of the texture will affect the color of the object. Zero percent means that the object remains the original color; one hundred percent means the color of the texture dominates.
Keywords:  towel
Color of towel.
a power of a thing to affect your visual system in a certain way
Visual sensation that occurs through a combination of physical, physiological, and psychological events involving light, objects, and the visual system.
The color of a stamp is established by the color of the original printing. Often colors are affected by time, temperature, and chemicals. Our perception of the color also is a factor in what the color of the stamp is deemed to be. Careful identification of color often benefits from using a color guide.
The color in digital imaging is based on bits. The more bits per pixel an image contains, the higher the bitdepth. The trend in digital cameras is to offer as many bits per pixel as possible. Although this allows the photos to be crystal clear, with good highlight and shadow detail, it also takes more memory per image and will only print on compatible printers.
We often hear references to 8 bit, 16 bit or 24 bit color. These measurements refer to how many unique colors are used to display the image. The more colors used, the smoother the color gradations will appear. Projector/computer combinations that can support 16 bit displays (65,500+color) will create smoother background gradients and more pleasing photographic or video images than 8-bit (256 color) technology.
Color in butter comes primarily from the presence of carotene and xanthophyll which are natural compounds present in the feed of cows.
Within Ron Edwards' hierarchical Big Model, one of the five components of Exploration. This refers to imagined details about any or all of System, Character, Setting, or Situation which are added in such a way that does not change aspects of action or resolution.
The color of tobacco is a significant indicator of ripeness and overall quality. Monitoring color changes during ripening, curing, and fermentation plays a significant role in producing high-quality tobacco and tobacco products.
A musical quality that has nothing to do with vision.
Color (natural color or coloration) is not a quality feature as per DIN/ISO 20 49. Color is used as a distinguishing feature for lubricants.
A compatible, color fast, chemically stable admixture that gives a cementitious matrix its coloring.
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Keywords:  confidentiality
Confidentiality
affect as in thought or feeling; "My personal feelings color my judgment in this case"; "The sadness tinged his life"
Computers can display over 16 million colors, 216 of which are considered "web-safe". These web-safe colors are common to both the Windows and Macintosh operating systems. As computer systems have become more sophisticated, it is becoming less important to strictly adhere to the Web-safe palette.
Keywords:  hide, ansi, substitution, escape, easy
Color is a tool that makes the use of ANSI coloring in your shell scripts easy. It does this by hiding the ANSI escape sequences through command substitution.
To hide.
Keywords:  adjective, subset
a subset of adjective
separation - set of four halftone negatives for making plates for 4-color process printing of brochures postcards and other documents.
having or capable of producing colors; "color film"; "he rented a color television"; "marvelous color illustrations"
Based off the provided choices, colors come in a massive range and design styles. If you have any questions about the material or finish, you can either order some from our online swatch program or call in for more details.
modify or bias; "His political ideas color his lectures"
Keywords:  timbre, fails, true, capture, music
the timbre of a musical sound; "the recording fails to capture the true color of the original music"
interest and variety and intensity; "the Puritan Period was lacking in color"
Keywords:  mcl, determines, level, units
Determines the coloration level. MCL - 5 units.
change color, often in an undesired manner; "The shirts discolored"
Keywords:  commas, yahoo, shopping, category, fill
Color is a Yahoo! Shopping field. The color(s) in which the product is available. Any format is accepted, but separate multiple colors with commas. Note: If you use the Options field and you use “Color” as the general option category, you do not have to fill in the Color field – we will pull those values automatically for you.
Keywords:  balusters, iron, pre, finished, custom
Iron balusters can be ordered pre-finished in standard or custom colors.
Keywords:  paint, pigment, warm, tones, another
That which is used to give color; a paint; a pigment; as, oil colors or water colors.
decorate with colors; "color the walls with paint in warm tones"
another word for paint.
Keywords:  pantone, inks, paper, refer, may
may refer to the color of paper, or ink (see Pantone for inks)
Keywords:  harmonious, vibration, may
a vibration that may or may not be harmonious
Keywords:  ethnicity, race, refers
refers to race or ethnicity.
Keywords:  burst, stars, single
A single burst of color stars.
any material used for its color; "she used a different color for the trim"
variant Suite - A set of identical prints in different color schemes.
An outward warning sign indicating a chemical reaction or release. In humans, skin color can suggest exposure to certain types of materials.
COLOR Balance database treatment among the network by using the full power of �sleeping� machines. This project is called COLOR in reference of the plural world where we are all living
The particular color of a tape, when looking at the backing, regardless of the color of the adhesive.
To add color to an ad to command attention and influences buying decisions.
A Detail Inventory Table field which lists color of an item as defined by the appraiser.
Keywords:  usage, manufacturing
manufacturing and usage
Keywords:  six, divisions, line, one
One of six divisions of a line.
Keywords:  fish, end, line, your, you
when you can see the color of the fish on the end of your line.
Line activated telephone recorder
Keywords:  index, see
see color index
Keywords:  blood
Keywords:  display, unit, amount, refers, your
Refers to the amount of colors your unit will display
Keywords:  key, body, see
See body color, key color.